Building the right IT infrastructure around your dental equipment and your practice operations is important, and working with a vendor who understands the unique needs of dentistry ensures it’s set up eff ectively. Learn how Henry Schein TechCentral approaches IT infrastructure with a three-pronged approach: hardware, software, and data security.
Keeping track of referrals and referral sources is a vital discipline that directly beneﬁ ts your bottom line. Read step-by-step instructions of how Dentrix’s Document Center can store and display your referrals and provider gratuities.
Software should simplify your practice operations, not make them more complicated or inefficient. Planmeca Romexis delivers simplicity and powerful tools in an open architecture software that connects all of your technology in a single platform and database. With additional modules, such as a mRomexis™ and Romexis Cloud®, it’s even easier to view information on-the-go or to […]
Staying up to date and compliant with the latest industry changes and regulatory mandates can be challenging, but it is a necessary part of maintaining the integrity of your practice management software. Find out which three steps you can take now to ensure your software is ready for the future.
Everyone knows they should back-up their computers, but for a dental practice it is even more crucial to protect patient data that may be the target of cyber attacks. Find out if your backup and setup strategies are robust enough to ensure you will not experience data loss or downtime.
Hackers don’t just steal data from large corporations. They steal from any easy target, and computers still running unsupported Windows XP are vulnerable. Find out why your Windows XP computers are putting your practice at serious risk for data breaches and what you should do to protect your business.
With the onslaught of data breaches and computer hacking happening daily, securing patient health information must be a priority for every dental practice. Learn why a security risk assessment is a necessary investment and discover the best way to protect your practice from unknown vulnerabilities.
Cybercriminals can make a bigger profit on the theft of patient health information than credit card numbers. Therefore, it is vital that practices have a robust combination of security solutions in place to protect that valuable data. Read about four essential tools every practice needs to protect itself and its patients.